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Don's third concept drawing of the 2004 GTO is back to the rounded design with thin hood scoops and side-by-side headlights. CLICK->
Don's fourth concept drawing of the 2004 GTO is similar to his first, but with stacked dual headlights and no rear spoiler. CLICK->
2004 GTO Judge concept by Jason McCall who took the Pontiac concept picture and added hood scoops and orange paint. CLICK->
Jody Staples sent in his brother's line drawing 2004 GTO concept. He added a spoiler, stacked headlights, a different split grille, and a sculptured hood with Ram Air scoops. I think this one is very cool. CLICK->
Here's a version in color. CLICK->
This is another fun GTO concept by Jody Staples' brother. What a performance car! As you can see it is hugely based on a 1967 model. CLICK->
Both Jeff and Jody are disappointed in the initial 2004 GTO concepts from Pontiac. Jeff drew up some aftermarket add ons that he hopes would be offered for the car. CLICK->
This is a fantasy ad for a 2004 GTO Judge. It is by Anthony McCrary.
He modified Pontiac's new picture of the GTO to simulate what a Judge package might look like. He says this is the kind of ad Pontiac should run. CLICK->
Second version of Anthony's ad for the 2004 GTO. This one has different hood scoops, grille, and headlights. CLICK->
Jason Godsil (of Godsil Design) drew up his idea of the 2004 GTO. His has a squarish body, with a low top, and a hood and stacked headlights similar to the 65 / 66 / 67 GTOs. It's the best-looking one I've seen so far that utilizes stacked headlights. Note how he even emulated the attractive fender crease that runs from the headlights back to the windshield. That is classy. CLICK->
Andrew Leahy from Pasadena California comments, "I used to own a 66 LeMans GTO Clone which I sold to help afford college. I am currently studying Transportation (car) Design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. I took a Monaro rear 3/4 and redesigned it as a GTO with the same basic Monaro greenhouse and wheel base." CLICK->
Here's two more 2004 GTO concept drawings from Andrew Leahy. These are from the front. Andrew says, "GM needs to learn that Bubble/Bar-o-soap styling went out around 1995. I'm uploading a set of sketches I did based on the Monaro wheel-base, trunk, and A, B, and C pillars." CLICK->
Here's a rear view of Andrew's bronze concept 2004 GTO. CLICK->
The 1971 / 72 GTO front end inspired Tim Rife to draw out his concept of the 2004 GTO. Tim commented, "If GM wants to bring back the GTO, they should make it a little more subtle, but pack the power needed (LS1, six speed, 3.42 gears, 350HP MINIMUM) to keep the image going. They can build from there. I for one am excited that Pontiac is
bringing back the GTO. I was going to buy a new SS, but think I will
wait. I sure hope they don't mess it up!!!" CLICK->
Scott Payton's version of the 2004 GTO looks like a cross between the Holden car and Pontiac's 1999 GTO concept car.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Paul Alexander Klopf (paul.klopf.@dewr.gov.au) - "I own the Australian version of the new GTO and simply they have nothing on the originals. Thanks for your help mate."